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For the summon in Dissidia Final Fantasy, see: Iron Giant (Summon)

Iron Giants (てつきょじん Tetsukyojin lit. Iron Giant), also known as Iron Man or MacGiants, are hulking metal brutes commonly found as enemies in nearly all of the games in the Final Fantasy series. Although the name may change slightly from game to game, the general look of the iron giant remains the same. They are tall metal monsters, often wielding large swords, that rely solely on physical attacks. They often come in two varieties--blue and red, though their exact nature and names vary.

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Final Fantasy II

Main article: Iron Giant (Final Fantasy II)

The Iron Giant's, known as Iron Man in the Dark Shadow Over Palakia translation, first appearance. It was a very rare random encounter, similar to Warmech, on the higher levels of Pandaemonium. Besides giving good stat multipliers, it also drops Excaliburs, Aegis Shields, and Genji Armor. In the Dawn of Souls remake however, a new enemy, the Steel Giant appears as a random encounter and a mini-boss in the Soul of Rebirth.

Final Fantasy III

A screenshot of the Iron Giant
Main article: Iron Giant (Final Fantasy III)

The Iron Giant does not appear in the original however makes a special appearance as a hidden superboss in the Nintendo DS remake of Final Fantasy III. He is located in the "??? Dungeon" that becomes unlocked after the related Mognet sidequest is completed.

Final Fantasy IV

Main article: Iron Giant (Final Fantasy IV)

Armor Constructs resemble the traditional Iron Giant design, save for a cannon on their right hand instead of a sword. Red versions also appear, known as Armored Fiends.

Another recolor labeled Iron Giant appears exclusively in Final Fantasy IV Advance and is fought in the Lunar Ruins.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Main article: Iron Giant (The After Years)

The party fights the Iron Giant from Final Fantasy II in the Depths of the True Moon. After defeating it, the party remarks how it was nothing like Zemus's Armor Constructs from the Giant of Babill.


Final Fantasy V

Main article: Iron Giant (Final Fantasy V)

Similar to the second installment, the Iron Giant is a rare encounter in the final dungeon. It can be encountered in the upper floors of the dimensional castle portion of the Void. It gives a hefty experience and ABP award, among other prizes.

Final Fantasy VII

Main article: Iron Man (Final Fantasy VII)

Iron Man is a random encounter as the party approaches Jenova in the core of the planet. A red version of it, Wolfmeister also appears as an encounter on the Mt. Corel train tracks when Cid tries stopping the train from crashing into Corel.

Final Fantasy VIII

Main article: Iron Giant (Final Fantasy VIII)

Iron Giants appear in various locations in Esthar after the Lunar Cry, Lunatic Pandora, and in the Deep Sea Research Center, where they are always found in pairs. A red version of it, the Red Giant, appears as a boss in Ultimecia Castle.

Final Fantasy IX

Main article: Iron Man (Final Fantasy IX)

The Iron Man is a random encounter in the game's final dungeon, Memoria.

Final Fantasy X

Main article: Iron Giant (Final Fantasy X)

Iron Giant is a random encounter on the Thunder Plains. More powerful versions, the Gemini, appear inside of Sin, and in the Omega Ruins. There is also a Monster Arena Species Conquest monster called Ironclad.

Final Fantasy X-2

Main article: Iron Giant (Final Fantasy X-2)

The Iron Giant appears in various places throughout the game.


Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Main article: Iron Giant (Crystal Chronicles)

The Iron Giant is a boss monster at Mount Kilanda, relying on heavy physical attacks with a large sword, as well as a non-elemental spell similar to Ultima in later portions of the game.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King

Main article: Iron Giant (My Life as a King)

The Iron Giant appears as a boss in the Infinity Spire in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King.

Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales

The Iron Giant is a lightning element card, and has six cards under it's name.

Iron Giant
#091 ** Yellow
Defend None None Attack
Fist
Crystal Ability (*)

Deal 4 damage.

Iron Giant
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#092 ** Yellow
Defend None Defend Defend
Tackle
Crystal Ability (***)

Deal 5 damage and causes slow.

Iron Giant
[[Image:|100px|center]]
#093 ** Yellow
None None None Attack
Beam
Crystal Ability (**)

Deal 5 damage.

Color Boost

Strength is doubled if opponent's card is gray.


Iron Giant
[[Image:|100px|center]]
#094 *** Yellow
None None None Attack
Beam+
Crystal Ability (***)

Deal 1 damage for each *,*,* in your CP gauge.

Iron Giant
#095 ** Yellow
Defend None None Attack
Overhead Smash
Deal 3 damage.

Rebound

If your HP is less than opponent's, strength is doubled.

Iron Giant
#096 *** Yellow
Defend None None Attack
Overhead smash+
Deal 4 damage.

Rebound

If your HP is 5 or less, strength is doubled.



Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon

The Iron Giant enemies are fearsome foes, with high stats and powerful skills such as Multi-Slash. They appear as regular enemies and in Dueling Rooms as giant variants. They are better avoided unless Chocobo is capable of defeating one in only two or three hits.


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

Anthony "Tony" Stark was born with extreme intelligence. After the death of his parents when he was 21, Stark inherited Stark Enterprises. After being wounded while in a war zone, he built an armored suit that would help keep him alive. Stark helped to organize the super hero team, the Avengers early in his career as a superhero. Originally, Tony Stark had no powers of his own, and he depended on his armored suit for all of his super abilities. In it, he can fly and can shoot blasts of energy from his hands. He can also connect to various communications systems such as satellites, cell phones, and computers throughout the world. The armor has boosted his reaction time and enhanced his ability to heal.

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about the cool exec with a heart of steel. For the Autobot buried under England, see Man of Iron.
Iron Man is a human from the Generation One continuity family, and the Marvel portion of the Crossovers continuity.
Skywarp realizes pushing Iron Man down a flight of stairs requires a flight of stairs.

Iron Man, real name Anthony Edward Stark, appears to be the most sensible member of his species. While a normal, squishy human would be content to walk around vulnerable to attack, he has taken the surprisingly logical step of encasing himself in a metal suit carrying advanced weapons like a proper being.

He is not G.B. Blackrock.

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IDW comics continuity

Iron Man, not content with being clad in a military-grade armored battlesuit capable of tackling tanks and fighter jets head-on, created an even bigger battlesuit to tackle Cybertronian threats. The new battlesuit proved quite the energy guzzler, and nearly expended all its reserves during the battle prior to being dangerously supercharged by an infusion from the internal reactors of the Autobots.

No, really. HE WANTS TO TELL YOU ABOUT THE TRANSFORMERS.
I want to tell you about the Transformers!

This character article is a stub and is missing information on their fictional appearances. You can help Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki by expanding it.

Crossovers continuity

Working with Mr. Fantastic, using alien technology, Stark built transforming battlesuits for the most marketable of Earth's heroes. Being a control freak, the one he built for himself has an override system allowing him to take control of the rest.

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Crossovers

Unfortunately, no booze bottle accessory.
  • Iron Man (Marvel, 2008)
    • Accessories: Two missiles
The Marvel Crossovers Iron Man transforms into a fighter jet of madeup-make, bearing more than a passing resemblance to an F-22 Raptor with a stubby nose cone and large/stretched wings, under-slung with non-firing missiles. Each wing is also equipped with a spring-loaded missile launcher, which can be mounted on the undersides of his robot-mode forearms.


Trivia

  • Iron Man is voiced by David Kaye in the cartoon Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes as a guest character and the video game Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects. Voice acting is a small world. Yeesss.

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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010
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From City of Heroes Wiki

Image:Badge_time.png This article contains information about a system or idea that was never implemented into City of Villains/Heroes. It is provided for historical purposes.

Overview

The Iron Man badge is not currently defined in the game files. There is a power with the same name defined, however. It is only conjecture at this point if the name of the Accolade badge is in fact "Iron Man."

The power effects and icon suggest that this might have been an early beta Accolade Power for City of Villains, but was later replaced by Born in Battle to favor PvP balance between heroes and villains.

Description

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Accolade Power

Upon acquiring this badge, a villain will earn the Iron Man power.

Image:BA_Poortal_Jockey.png Iron Man +Max HP, +Max END
You are a true Iron Man. Your persistence and stamina have resulted in your Max Hit Points and Max Endurance increasing by 10%.

How to Get

This badge is not defined at this time, which makes it impossible to even have on a character; let alone earn it.

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